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Present Perfect Progressive

PPP and a quick review of simple past and present progressive.
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Brandi Spelbring-Kilby

on 29 June 2013

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The
present progressive
expresses an activity in progress right now.
1. She met her new roommate on Saturday.
2. They have been meeting every Monday to study.
3. I am meeting friends for coffee.
The
present perfect progressive
expresses
how long
an activity has been in progress.
Present Perfect Progressive
Brandi Spelbring-Kilby
Present Perfect Progressive

And a very quick review of simple past and present progressive.
Present Progressive
Simple Past
Practice
A closer look...
Present Perfect Progressive
I
am sitting
at my desk.
Present Progressive
Present Perfect Progressive
I have been sitting at my desk since 8:00 a.m.
In the past...
Activity has ended.
At this moment...
Activity is happening now
At this moment and before...
Activity continues
Time
It was raining yesterday.
It is raining
.
It has been raining all day.
Simple past
It was raining yesterday.
Present Progressive
It is raining.
Present Perfect Progressive
It
has been raining
all day.
It is used to describe an event that started in the past and is still happening in the present. This can also be events that are ongoing or habitual.
Example: I have been studying all night .
How long
have I been studying?
Example: She has been living in this house for three years.
How long
has she lived here?
Example: We are watching a wonderful movie.
I/You/We/They: have been + verb (ing)
He/She/It: has been + verb (ing)
Present Progressive
Present Perfect Progressive
Examples:
They have been riding their bicycles since noon.
He has been reading a new book all weekend.
I: am + verb (ing)
You/We/They: are + verb (ing)
He/She/It: is + verb (ing)
Examples:
I am playing the drums.
They are listening to music.
Subject + verb (ed)
OR
Subject + irregular verb
Examples:
I passed the test!
She went to the beach.
What is the difference between
present progressive
and
present perfect progressive?
Present perfect progressive
is also called
present perfect continuous.
What is the definition of
continuous
?
Can knowing the definition of continuous help us to figure out present perfect progressive?
Uninterrupted; unbroken; ongoing

Please write whether the following sentences are
Present Progressive
,
Present Perfect Progressive
or Simple Past.
The
simple past
expresses an activity that has already finished. The event is no longer taking place.
Example:
I studied for the exam.
She bought new shoes.
What is simple past?
Let's review
Simple Past
Present Progressive
Present Perfect Progressive
Simple Past
Write a sentence in the present perfect progressive tense. Use your name as the subject and your favorite hobby as the verb.

For example:
Brandi has been reading many books since she broke her ankle in February.
Practice
Practice Simple Past:

Write a sentence using simple past, along with the name of your hometown.

Example: I grew up in a small farming village named Dieterich in the state of Illinois.
Practice

Write a sentence about yourself. Tell me something about yourself that is surprising.

For example:

I am learning how to play the Ney (Turkish flute).
Simple Past
I sat at my desk all day on Saturday.
I/You/We/They: have been + verb (ing)
He/She/It: has been + verb (ing)
I: am + verb (ing)
You/We/They: are + verb (ing)
He/She/It: is + verb (ing)
Subject + verb (ed)
OR
Subject + irregular verb
Two Truths and a Wish
1. Write down three things about yourself.
Two of these should be true--one will be something you wish/dream/hope is true about you.

2. Each person will read their three things and the rest will guess which is the wish.
I will go first...
1. I have lived in the Marshall Islands.
2. I have an Olympic size swimming pool.
3. I have a dog named Annie.
1. True! I lived in the Marshall Islands for two years.
2. I wish!
3. True! I have a dog named Annie.
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